Royal Family Member Reveals The 'Hardest Part' Of Prince Philip's Funeral

The Duke of Edinburgh died on April 9 at the age of 99.

8/2/2021 5:52:00 PM

The Duke of Edinburgh died on April 9 at the age of 99.

The Duke of Edinburgh died on April 9 at the age of 99.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrives, mask on, for the funeral.Leon Neal via Getty ImagesThe Foot Guards Band are seen marching into position ahead of the funeral.Neil Mockford / Ricky Vigil M via Getty ImagesPrince William seen leaving Kensington Palace, heading to Windsor for Prince Phillip's funeral.

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Samir Hussein via Getty ImagesPrince Charles, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, Prince William, Earl of Snowdon David Armstrong-Jones, Peter Phillips, Prince Edward, Prince Harry and Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence before the funeral.WPA Pool via Getty Images

The bearer Party found by The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, carry the coffin of Prince Philip to the purpose-built Land Rover hearse.Chris Jackson via Getty ImagesPrincess Anne, pictured during the Ceremonial Procession.WPA Pool via Getty Images headtopics.com

The Prince of Wales and The Princess Royal follow the Land Rover Defender carrying the Duke of Edinburgh's coffinWPA Pool via Getty ImagesMembers of the royal family follow the Duke of Edinburgh's coffin before his funeral on Saturday.Samir Hussein via Getty Images

The Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin, covered with His Royal Highness’s Personal Standard, is seen on the Land Rover that he had helped modify for his funeral.WPA Pool via Getty ImagesPrinces William (left) and Harry walk in the procession.WPA Pool via Getty Images

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge arrive for the funeral.KIRSTY O'CONNOR via Getty ImagesPonies pull the Duke of Edinburgh's driving carriage at Windsor Castle.Leon Neal via Getty ImagesPrince Charles cries as he walks behind his father's coffin. 

WPA Pool via Getty ImagesThe queen arrives for the service.WPA Pool via Getty ImagesQueen Elizabeth walking into the chapel.WPA Pool via Getty ImagesQueen Elizabeth takes her seat.WPA Pool via Getty ImagesThe Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin, covered with his Personal Standard, arrives at St George’s Chapel carried by a bearer party found by the Royal Marines. headtopics.com

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WPA Pool via Getty ImagesThe Duchess of Cambridge waiting at St. George's Chapel.BARNABY FOWLER via Getty ImagesThe coffin is carried into the quire during the funeral service.YUI MOK via Getty ImagesQueen Elizabeth II watches as pallbearers carry the coffin of Prince Philip.

DOMINIC LIPINSKI via Getty ImagesPrince William and Kate Middleton at St. George's Chapel during the service.YUI MOK via Getty ImagesThe Duke of Sussex sits alone, in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines, as he attends the funeral service of his grandfather.

YUI MOK via Getty ImagesSophie, Countess of Wessex, needs a tissue.DOMINIC LIPINSKI via Getty ImagesCamilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles sit during the funeral service.NIKLAS HALLE'N via Getty ImagesImages of the queen and the duke are displayed on screens at Piccadilly Circus in London while the funeral is held at Windsor.

YUI MOK via Getty ImagesPrincess Beatrice of York (right) and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, at St George's Chapel.WPA Pool via Getty ImagesA general view as members of the royal family attend the funeral at St. George's Chapel. WPA Pool via Getty Images headtopics.com

Wreaths from members of the royal family lie against the pews during the funeral.WPA Pool via Getty ImagesPrincess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank pictured in the pews. Karwai Tang via Getty ImagesThe Duchess of Cornwall departs after the funeral.

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